1.5 2 years ago
Changes in version 1.5:
— iOS 14 compatibility
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1.5 2 years ago
1.4 2 years, 10 months ago
New in version 1.4: Now you can create hi-res gifs with a boomerang effect.
1.3 2 years, 10 months ago
New in version 1.3: A bug in iOS 13 can cause the orientation of some files to be mirrored. With this update you can flip videos, live photos and bursts vertically.
1.2 2 years, 10 months ago
New in version 1.2: HiRes GIFs is finally compatible with iOS 13. And from now on you can also determine the speed of the animation in frames per second (fps).
1.1 3 years, 6 months ago
The filter function of the Shortcuts app is good at displaying only videos, live photos, bursts or gifs. But with images it is crap, because numerous filters have to be set, so that e.g. no gifs, videos et cetera are displayed, but only still images.
The more filters, the slower the search. This can lead to waiting times of 10 seconds and more! Unfortunately, the use of filters is also responsible for the fact that not all images are displayed. For example: If you choose to display only files with the file extension .jpg or .png, iOS tells you that there are no images. If you tell it to display all images, but only no .gif files, it takes almost 10 seconds to filter the images. And so on and so forth. I have tried numerous combinations, none is satisfactory.
For this reason the shortcut shows the access to album "All Photos" (which means all files in your Photos app) when selecting "Images ➔ GIF" from the menu. This way it only takes a sec for all "photos" to be displayed. It is your responsibility to only select still images if you want to create gifs from several images! That's not a recommendation, that's an order!
TINY MAGIC VARIABLE BUG FIX:
That’s why I normally do not use "Magic Variables" (and wouldn’t recommend using it unless it is unavoidable)!
1.0 3 years, 6 months ago